Multiple types of neurosurgery, or operations on the brain, spine, and nearby nerves, are available at Northwest Specialty Hospital.
Doctors at Northwest Specialty Hospital perform spinal surgery such as ACDF, laminectomy, microdiscectomy, and spinal fusion. In ACDF neurosurgery, damaged discs are removed, nerves decompressed, and grafts placed in the neck to ease severe neck and arm pain, numbness and weakness. In a type of neurosurgery known as spinal fusion, bone grafts are placed between spinal vertebrae to stop motion between the discs and alleviate pain experienced by patients who suffer from lumbar disc disease.
Minimally invasive microdiscectomy is a neurosurgical procedure in which part of a spinal disc is that is pinching or pressing on nearby nerves is removed. This procedure involves much less trauma to the surrounding muscles and generally results in a faster, more comfortable recovery period. During laminectomy, or spinal decompression neurosurgery, the spinal canal is enlarged to relieve pressure on the spinal cord or adjacent nerves.
Neurosurgery Involves At Least A Decade Of Doctor Training To Work On the Brain, Spine, And Nerves
In addition to these spinal procedures, Northwest Specialty Hospital’s board-certified neurosurgery team can perform minimally invasive microscopic neurosurgery, minimally-invasive sacroiliac joint surgery, carpal tunnel repair, cranial surgery on both malignant and benign brain tumors, neurosurgical trauma surgery, and computerized stereotactic guided brain surgery.
At Northwest Specialty Hospital, our neurology team treats disorders of the central and peripheral nervous system. These doctors have completed at least ten years of training to prepare for the delicate work of surgically repairing and treating the brain, spine, and related nerves. Our doctors use current techniques and minimally invasive types of neurosurgery.
Patients At Northwest Specialty Hospital Benefit From Individualized Care
Due to our high staff-to-patient ratio, Northwest Specialty Hospital emphasizes empathetic, personalized care. Our neurosurgeons work in partner with patients to choose the best treatment plan to suit each individual. We also understand that the prospect of neurosurgery can be intimidating. Our health care team eases fears through education about what will happen before, during, and after neurosurgery.
Contact us to determine what type of neurosurgery might offer your relief from pain, immobility or other health issues.